It’s been spending a bit of time in beta where we’ve been testing it and unable to disclose our impressions, but now the Voxer push to talk application for Windows Phone is now officially available to the public.

For those of you who are unaware and don’t know what Voxer is, Voxer isn’t just like any other push to talk(PTT) app. Voxer’s messages are always in real-time and live, which means people listen to you as you talk, sort of like a VoIP conversation. You can access your message history and listen to older messages (unless they’re deleted) and you can also send text, photos, and share your location.

You can also use it to group chat with a number of friends cross-platform on iPhone, Android, and now Windows Phone. Other features of the application include:

  • Send voice, text, photos and location messages
  • See every message as they come in on Live Tiles
  • Play messages back later – they’re all recorded
  • Choose your Favorite messages for easy playback
  • Chat with one friend or with a group
  • Create messages even when offline
  • Get notifications for new messages
  • No advertisements
  • Works on any cellular data network and WiFi – good for international use
  • Play voice messages faster at 2x or 3x speed

If you’re ready to try it out for yourself, you can download it directly from the Windows Phone Store free of charge. As for our impressions, we’ll have those ready for you shortly!

  • Ben Jammin’

    Yes! Now we just need official (not 3rd party) Instagram!

    • Edward Not From Twilight

      Yeah I don’t know why Instagram and I think it was Pinterest are being so stubborn about releasing their apps. That and some devs release half-assed versions that strip out features.

      I’m an Android user, but I feel for the WP community and hope you get more love soon.

  • Edward Not From Twilight

    Awesome for WP8 peeps

  • Zultan The Englishman

    Sweet! One LESS reason to NOT choose WP over the competition.

    Still need Notfication center, instagram, and my banking app before I will switch

  • Tom-ater

    Loved this app on Android. Seems to have some issues on WP Lumia 720.